PitPoint opens first CNG refuelling station in Brussels

On the road to zero emission transport


PitPoint clean fuels continues to support the growth of the Belgian CNG network, with the construction of a series of new filling stations in Flanders and Wallonia, and the first of three new station openings in Brussels.

Fill up with CNG in Brussels

As of today, our customers can fill up with CNG (compressed natural gas for vehicles) in Brussels, at the Lukoil service station at Boulevard du Triomphe 166, 1160 Auderghem.

Country manager Geert Degroote: “The development of a dense CNG network is our top priority, and with the opening of the station in Auderghem we are taking another step in that direction. This will make it even easier to switch to CNG for both private and professional customers”.

CNG is currently the cheapest and cleanest fossil fuel on the market, and an environmentally friendly alternative to diesel, petrol or LPG. CNG vehicles emit 10% less CO2 and 90% less NOx (nitrogen oxides) than diesel, and virtually no soot or particulate matter. (Source: CREG)

The growing network of petrol stations and the wide choice of passenger cars (including Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda, SEAT and Ssangyong) and professional vehicles (Volkswagen, Iveco, Fiat Professional) make cleaner mobility feasible and affordable today.

All PitPoint CNG stations in Belgium and across Europe can be found on our website, our app and on Google Maps and Apple Maps.

This project was made possible thanks to the support of the BENEFIC project which is part of the European program “Connecting Europe Facility“, financed by the European Commission.